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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St James , Seaford

    P. Hen . VIII , xiv, 906 (7). Cal. Robertsbridge Chart . No. 332. Pat. 13 Ric. II. Ibid. Chich. Epis. Reg. Story, fol. 102. Ibid.; he was a monk of Robertsbridge . L. and P. Hen . VIII ,

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Robertsbridge

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Robertsbridge HOUSE OF CISTERCIAN MONKS 8. THE ABBEY OF ROBERTSBRIDGE 1 The Cistercian abbey of St. Mary was founded in the vill of Robertsbridge within the parish of Salehurst in or about 1176 by

    Collegiate churches Hastings

    11 ; finally, there was the prebend of Salehurst , which from 1333 onward was held by the abbot of Robertsbridge . After the free chapel had been granted away from the crown these prebends seem to have gradually diminished

    Houses of Augustinian canons Priory of Hastings

    Ibid. 55. Mins. Accts. 28-29, Hen. VIII, No. 183. Cal. Robertsbridge Chart . No. 3. Assize R. 912, m. 16. Feet of F. Suss. file 30, No. 9. Cal. Robertsbridge Chart . No. 280. Cant . Archiepis. Reg. Winchelsey, fol.

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Boxley

    1175 he attended the council held at Westminster on 18 May . 4 In 1193 the abbots of Boxley and Robertsbridge were sent abroad to search for Rich ard I , whom they found in Bavaria on Palm Sunday. 5

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, R, 01 January 1627-29 February 1628

    Roberts , Fulke, declaration of Hugh Sir Richard, letter of Thomas, petition of Sir Thomas, commission to William, letter of Robertsbridge hundred , co. Sussex Robes , the, wardrobe of, expenses of master of, see Fielding, William, Earl of Denbigh. Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, April 1538, 16-20, 01 April 1538-30 April 1538

    a church and an abbot's chamber, apparently the abbey of Robertsbridge. P . 1. Endd .: Robertsbridge. R.O. 3 . Abridgment of the state of the late monastery of Robertsbridge, viz.: The lead, bells, plate, & c., sold, with rents

    Letters and Papers, April 1539, 26-30, 01 April 1539-30 April 1539

    the following possessions, viz.: The site, curcuit, and precinct of the late monastery or abbey of Robertsbridge, Sussex, & c.; the manor of Robertsbridge; and divers lands (named); and the reversions and rents reserved upon the following leases, viz.: (1.)

    Index, Q R

    Thomas, death of, 208. Roane , Monsieur, 342. Robert , Lord, 64. Roberts : Hugh, 39. William, letter from, 463. Robertsbridge , iron mill at, 19. Robinson (Robynson): Andrew, 225. Harry, assigned for almsman of Westminster, 146. John, B.A., chaplain

    Cecil Papers, 1500-1549, 01 January 1502-31 December 1549

    examine witnesses on oath on the interrogatories enclosed. Westminster, 13 November, 2 Edward VI. i. First the iron mill of Robertsbridge standing within 3 miles of the salt water. ii. The iron mill of Etchingham within 5 miles of the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOLDYVE, Matthew, of Rye and Winchelsea, Suss.

    the regular Brodhull held at New Romney.[footnote]Goldyve died before December 1395, when his daughter, Agnes, made a conveyance of all the lands she had inherited from him at Broomhill, some of which were held as a tenant of Robertsbridge abbey.[footnote]

    MARCHAUNT, William II (d.1423/4), of Iden, Suss.

    he claimed tax exemptions totalling 30s. His rural interests included keeping sheep, some of which he sold in 1417-18 to Robertsbridge abbey for £6 6s.8d., and over the years he was involved in a number of lawsuits with other Sussex

    HARRY, Robert I, of Winchelsea, Suss.

    ordered him, on pain of the King’s wrath (suggesting previous disobedience), to hand the money over to the abbot of Robertsbridge. It may have been in order to answer this charge or to deal with other matters at Westminster that

    DALLINGRIDGE, Sir John (d.1408), of Bodiam castle, Suss.

    not survive another year, for he died on 27 Sept. 1408. He was buried in the Cistercian abbey church at Robertsbridge, next to the tomb of his parents, and his executors subsequently paid a ‘great and notable sum’ to ensure

    SACKVILLE, Sir Thomas II (d.1432), of Buckhurst in Withyham, Suss.

    in 1407. He was subsequently included among those friends of Sir John for whom prayers were to be offered at Robertsbridge abbey. Sir Thomas’s term as sheriff (1406-7)-in the course of which he officiated at the election of his brother-in-law

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE REPEAL OF THE HOP DUTIES, consisting of landowners, planters, and others interested in the hop trade, was held at Robertsbridge, near Hastings, on Thursday, for the purpose of deciding upon the steps which ought to be taken during the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ult., in Beaumont street, S. Hicks, Esq., aged 93-On the 2nd inst., at Chelsea, J. H. Ollive, Esq., aged 87-On the 2Dth ult.. at Robertsbridge, Mr J. Hilder, aged so-On the 25th lit., at Windsor Castle, Lieut. McDermott, aged so. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wisborough Green, Horsham. CLASS 17.-Sllssex Steers or Oxen, above 3 years old--lst prize, ,25., No. 112, Thomas Barton, The Grove, Robertsbridge, Hcurst Green, Sllsesex ; silver mnedl to the breeder, the exhibitor. 2nd prize, £15., No. 116, Thomas Cane, Berwiek Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    afternoon at Scddlescomb Church, Sussex, loft Rnshton Park at 7.30 last night for Paris, there was a torchlight prooeesion to Robertsbridge, headed by Sir Archibald Lsamb and Mr. Adamson's tenantry on horsebackl. The seerc w*as, as effective as it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tha- head, and must have causcd instant death. Mrs. Grssmf.eid, an old woman living with an UD- -married eon at Robertsbridge, Sussex, was found Ibrutally murdered yesterday morning. Her head anrd I face wore dreadfully battered, and an old-fashioned candtestiek, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 March 1813, 16 March 1813

    Billa, intituled, " An Act for " making a Road from Beach Down near Battle to " Heathfield, and from Robertsbridge to Hood's Corner, " all in the County of Suffix." Orderfd, That the faid Bill be committed to the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    and Clare, 287. — Newark Agricultural Association ; Exeter; Scarsdale; County of Lincoln; and Millers of Hants, 290.— Rushden, &c; Robertsbridge; Wootton; and Eglingham, 294.— County of Glamorgan, 295. — Hoo; and Isle of Sheppey, 298. — Petersfield; Holt; County Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    ; Soham, Isle of Ely; East- cott; Eaton; Wymondham; St. Erval, Cornwall; North Kyme; East Brent; Pont-y-Pool; Littleport; Methering- ham; Robertsbridge ; Hanbury; Stoke, Bucks; Tanvats ; and Carlton, Rothwell, 86. — Hartpury ; Billinghay ; Far- rington Gurney; Alrewas; Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1833, 13 May 1833

    Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Roberts- Blyth and its Vicinity,, in the County of Notts, whose Robertsbridge, in Sussex, whose Names are thereunto sub- bridSe : Names are thereunto subscribed : scribed : Also, Upon reading Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Collumpton: Willand and Coll umpton ; Clisthydon, &c.; Clist Honiton ; Topsham ; Lingfield ; Tooting; Kings- land and Dalstoii; Robertsbridge; Bewdley; Rawden ; Kentish Town; Gissing, &c; Hilkins; Sturminster, New¬ ton Castle; Appleby; Warminster; Hortoii Lane Chapel, Bradford ; Subscribers-only content

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